Implementation of projects looking at managing plastic pollution in rivers and oceans through the production of regional policy guides.
NetWwater, WfWP member: School Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) program in cooperation with the Education Department of Sri Lanka’s Central Province.
Policy and advocacy work to raise awareness on the importance of considering migration in water management and vice versa water issues in migration policies.
Improvement of Water Supply Equipment Management Capacity for the Establishment of Peace in Mindanao
WHO monitors safe treatment of wastewater through the Integrated Monitoring Initiative and the enabling environment for improvements in wastewater treatment and safe use through the UN-Water global analysis and assessment of sanitation and drinking-water (GLAAS). WHO also supports global progress towards improvements in treatment and safe use through the WHO Guidelines on Safe Use of Wastewater in Agriculture and Aquaculture and Guidelines on Safe Recreational Water Environments and promotion and capacity building on sanitation safety planning business models for safe resource recovery and reuse.
WHO also interfaces with health programmes where wastewater and ambient water quality plays a key role on primary prevention especially antimicrobial resistance and food safety.
5 parameters can support the Indicator 6.3.2 (and 6.6.1) monitoring and reporting
Master of Science: Master in Sanitation / Global Sanitation Graduate School
This falls into SDG 6 SP's "Stage 1", which focuses on providing support to baseline reporting and monitoring of SDG indicator 6.5